Monthly Archives: May 2013

Falconry: Feedback loops, communication, and formative assessment

Reading from Step 1: The Art of Questioning of The Falconer: What We Wish We Had Learned in School. By learning to insert feedback loops into our thought, questioning, and decision-making process, we increase the chance of staying on our desired path. Or, … Continue reading

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Falconry: Seeking balance between agitation and irritation

Reading from Step 0: Preparation of The Falconer: What We Wish We Had Learned in School. The excitement of learning, the compelling personal drive to take one more step on the path towards wisdom, comes when we try to solve a problem we … Continue reading

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Our choices: Summer Reading 2013 – The Art of Questioning

My previous post, Summer Reading 2013 – Flyer and Choices, describes our summer reading plan and choices.  We offer choice of book and choice of platform, when available.  Here’s what and how we selected to read: 29% - The Falconer: What We Wish … Continue reading

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AP awesome! – A #brightspot reflection

From one of my Kiski boys: On 5/12/13 4:21 PM, “Alexander G” <* *> wrote: Hi Jill, I do not know if but hope that you can remember me from Kiski. I was in my junior year in 2000 – 2001 … Continue reading

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Summer Reading 2013 – Flyer and Choices

How do we model learner choice? We know student-learners need and deserve differentiated learning opportunities.  Don’t all learners? Last year, the teaching faculty read Cathy Davidson’s Now You See It: How the Brain Science of Attention Will Transform the Way We … Continue reading

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CBL PD: Tweet Tweet – All the basics a Twitter Beginner #TrinityLearns #brightspots

For this Wednesday’s Faculty Forum (I want to learn… and I can teach…), I facilitated a workshop on Twitter.  I invited Samantha Steinberg (@spsteinberg), a new-to-Twitter friend and colleague, to guide this learning experience with me.  We had 2 session … Continue reading

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